tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5204863782883637837.post1534590064804539007..comments2017-06-20T17:56:06.526-04:00Comments on Accepting Ignorance: Prewar Science Was Right About Black HolesAlrenoushttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11119846531341190283noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5204863782883637837.post-549554050515134792017-06-08T08:40:23.105-04:002017-06-08T08:40:23.105-04:00We can't observe what's inside an event ho...We can't observe what's inside an event horizon, so for all intents and purposes it doesn't exist.<br /><br />As for dark grey holes, there's nothing much to flesh out. It's just comparing the rate of time dilation increase with the rate of density increase. Time dilation approaches infinity faster than density, so stasis is reached before an event horizon can form. More precisely, no observer outside the dark grey hole will live long enough to see an event horizon form. Alrenoushttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11119846531341190283noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5204863782883637837.post-78381812476999862392017-06-07T09:44:38.792-04:002017-06-07T09:44:38.792-04:00Fascinating. Logically this makes a great deal of...Fascinating. Logically this makes a great deal of sense. Moreover, we don't really have good mathematical models for what is happening in a black hole anyway, so its not even like there is a coherent competing theory. The question was always is there a point at which superdense matter itself is incoherent because it would need to become a singularity. Are you going to flesh out the mathematical details of this argument?Bosconoreply@blogger.com